Definitions for "Stream of consciousness"
Keywords:  joyce, james, shandy, tristram, ulysses
in literature, a technique of presenting the character's thoughts and feelings as they develop, as in Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy and James Joyce's Ulysses; free association.
Style of writing used by many modernists that attempts to portray the inner workings of a character's mind by cataloging or describing the character's thoughts and ideas in rapid succession and without any interpretation or explanation by an outside narrator. So-named by William James, who described human consciousness as a continuous stream of thoughts, impressions, emotions, and ideas. William Faulkner used this style in As I Lay Dying, which forces readers to assemble an overall narrative from the various thoughts, feelings, and observations of fifteen different characters. The stream-of-consciousness style challenged traditional narrative by abandoning the linear form in favor of the more confused and sometimes random jumps of the human mind.
a character's free-flowing thoughts, usually presented without punctuation. Stream of consciousness usually shows the free association of the thoughts of a character.
Keywords:  kerrie, hudson, jean, solo, dance
a solo dance piece being performed by Kerrie Jean-Hudson
a reflection of mindless moments found in our day to day lives and how powerful they can be in taking us from place to place
the continuous flow of ideas and feelings that constitute an individual's conscious experience